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Definition of Inwardly


  1. In the inner parts; internally.
  2. Toward the center; inward; as, to curve inwardly.
  3. In the heart or mind; mentally; privately; secret/y; as, he inwardly repines.
  4. Intimately; thoroughly.

Inwardly Quotations

What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality. - Plutarch
What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.

Go beyond science, into the region of metaphysics. Real religion is beyond argument. It can only be lived both inwardly and outwardly.
Swami Sivananda

The community of masses of human beings has produced an order of life in regulated channels which connects individuals in a technically functioning organisation, but not inwardly from the historicity of their souls.
Karl Jaspers

Great leaders understand that historical success tends to produce stable and inwardly focused organizations, and these outfits, in turn, reinforce a feeling of contentment with the status quo.
John P. Kotter

You and I are, by birth, by nature, and by choice, inwardly depraved, which is to say that we are entirely corrupt. That's not to say that we have no good in us; we do. However, anything good in us has been tainted with evil. It touches everything. Without the redeeming power of Christ we cannot halt our own moral slide.
Charles R. Swindoll
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Inwardly Translations

inwardly in German is innerlich
inwardly in Norwegian is innvendig
inwardly in Spanish is interiormente
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